20 Worst Signings of the 2013/14 Premier League Season

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20 Worst Signings of the 2013/14 Premier League Season
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The Premier League set a new record for transfer spending during the 2013/14 season with £760 million splashed on new signings. But it wasn't all money well spent.

In this slideshow, we look at the worst buys of the campaign and explain what made the players such bad values or unpopular with their new sides.

The 20 names will be ranked in a descending order, with the very worst coming in at No. 1. Poor performances, lack of goals, injury-prone players, defensive mishaps, hefty price tags and more—there are a lot of factors that determine why these players failed to make an impact this term. Loan moves and free transfers are included.

Read on to find out which players share the dubious honour of being the duds of the top flight this season.

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